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Privacy Policy for gdocweb

Last Updated: Dec 3rd 2023

1. About gdocweb

gdocweb is a service that converts Google Doc documents into website posts and hosts these websites on GitHub.

2. Information We Collect

We collect basic Google account information through Google OAuth, which includes your name, email address, and user ID. We do not explicitly ask for age information, but if provided by Google OAuth, it will be ignored.

3. Use of Information

The information we collect is used for communication and product user-interface refinement. We do not engage in automated decision-making processes.

4. Data Storage and Security

Your data is stored on Virtual Private Servers (VPS) hosted by a cloud provider. Access to these servers is strictly controlled, and we have implemented security features to protect your data on our front-end server.

5. Sharing of Information

We do not sell or share your personal information or access information with third-party entities.

6. User Rights

You have the right to access and delete your data. You can instantly remove all the data by clicking this link. Notice that login is required to verify that you have the right to delete the account.

7. Changes to Our Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to modify this policy at any time. All changes will be posted on our website's blog. Your continued use of our services after any changes indicates your acceptance of our updated Privacy Policy.

8. Contact Information

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us at [email protected].

9. Compliance

While we believe that specific privacy laws do not directly apply to our service as we don't track and only store essential cookies, we are committed to respecting privacy rights and data protection principles.

10. International Data Transfers

We do not engage in international data transfers. All data is stored and processed locally.

11. Access, use and storage of Google user data

We do not share Google user data in any way. Our application uses read-only permissions to list documents within Google Drive we then fetch documents explicitly selected by the user in order to convert them to HTML. For your convenience we store the current application settings based on the Google user ID. We also store the user name and email to simplify future communications.
All the information is stored within a private database with limited exposure to the outside world.